12 Pregnancy Superfoods

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by Erin Dower

You're pregnant and hungry and could eat almost anything in sight. But what should you eat? Find out which foods to reach for to satisfy your cravings and nourish you and your growing baby. Get ideas for folate- and nutrient-rich foods and tips on foods to avoid in your prenatal diet.

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Berry Sorbet


Ice cream is okay every once in a while, but try to kick your constant cravings for it with this healthier dessert. Sorbet in a dark berry flavor, such as raspberry, blackberry, or blueberry, contains vitamin C, a touch of fiber, and a lot of antioxidants, which help boost your immune system. Just be sure to set limits on your sweets. Avoid eating more than two to four servings of fruit and multiple desserts a day to limit your sugar and prevent gestational diabetes.

Try this low-fat Berry Sorbet Pie recipe.

Next: Enriched Whole-Grain Cereal

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